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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 9, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
`Honouring war dead as vital as it has ever been'. 444
Aberfan support for Italy. 218
Antiques & Auctions: 1927 cup final draws top prices at sports sale. 552
Antiques & Auctions: Combing the past for hair ornaments. 671
Antiques & Auctions: Double treat for weekend fair addicts. 155
Arts: Bragg and the Blokes are back in the frame with an identity crisis. 1123
Assembly is limited - German. 367
Battle for warranties in Christmas market begins. 342
Big Brother yn fy ngwylio i; Ro'n i'n mynd i gysgu bob nos ac yn deffro bob bore gyda dau ddieithryn pur. 475
BMIbaby booming as thousands fly. 652
Books: Footnotes forearm footsoldiers of a Western Front epic. 547
Books: Pick of the paperbacks. 337
Bookworms make happy reading for WHSmith. 442
Boost for Wales. 187
Britain not good enough for top 50 of world's favourite places to visit. 454
Buffy row unhinged killer. 559
Builder foresees strong results in buoyant homes market. 233
Builders on hospital site forbidden to wolf-whistle. 491
Burrell homecoming still on hold. 282
Calculator warns people to wake up to pensions' peril. 347
Call for fund to push science and research in Wales. 365
Camu Mlaen: Y senedd yn ben ar yr eglwys; Carreg filltir bwysig yn hanes crefydd yng Nghymru yn 1642. 373
CD Reviews. 476
CD Reviews: Introverted and contemplative detail makes Peter Gabriel's Up so intriguing. 189
Celtic Inns expands chain. 449
Change sex trial system - Harman. 379
Charles officials hit back at male rape cover-up allegation. 412
China leader promises wealth and happiness. 303
Christmas countdown. 114
City Market Report. 398
Commercial attractions. 140
Committed to real ale and Welsh language. 112
Cricket: Caddick storms back to lift England as Hussain's men restore their pride. 541
Curfew tagging soars as cheaper option. 446
Cwmderi, C'mon, Cefn Gwlad. 497
Defence a pounds 95bn waste of money. 209
Driver, 23, pleads guilty to death charge. 193
Duo forge links across the globe. 497
Earl lashes out at `hurtful lies'. 706
Elwa shows support for Welsh business by backing scheme. 281
Enthralling: Jamie's Kitchen/S4C, C4, Tuesday. 160
Ex-boxer gets four years jail for terror raid. 293
Ex-hostage has to sleep on floor. 688
Falconio accused faces trial for rape. 173
Farmers' warning. 124
Fashion: Go Gothic; Dark forces are at work in the fashion world. Catherine Jones says the fashionistas won't have you looking like any old Muggle. 624
FIFA is failing in its duty to Wales. 703
Film-studio plan to go before committee. 147
Food: For starters, terrine is a meal in itself; Chef Michael White of Hilton Cardiff's Razzi Restaurant tucks into into pate's nearest relative. 789
Food: Take comfort in good local food; How about a warm and satisfying Welsh version of Bread and Butter Pudding? 466
Football: Chance for Porthmadog. 191
Football: County aiming to extend run. 166
Football: Delaney in plea to Villa fans as they look to build on revival. 320
Football: Hodges aims to lift gloom by beating Cardiff. 664
Football: Hughes tip for Hartson. 228
Football: Italian challenge as Toshack takes on the Catania job. 658
Football: Jones convinced he can hit 20-goal target for Wrexham. 520
Football: Macclesfield player injured in shooting. 174
Football: McClaren looks to Owen route. 175
Football: Port Talbot in second place. 257
Football: Swans signings must wait until after cup. 580
Football: United may be forced into court battle to recover Stam fee. 282
Football: Welshpool face tough test as they take on mighty Barry. 322
Former Bank of Scotland chief executive steps down. 235
Gardening: Cover up or else you'll lose the plot; Exploit a principle of nature to keep the weeds at bay in your garden, advises John Humphries. 527
Gardening: Evergreen favourites among the groundcover plants. 190
Ghost of Christmas past as Aled Jones records duet - with himself. 291
Giant database lists every transaction. 319
Gibraltar issues `won't go away' despite result. 330
GM protesters out on bail. 141
Golden oldies beat modern music. 761
Golf: Dredge and Price in chase as Monty sounds warning. 973
Harry Potter: Mystery Tour; You've read the books, now visit the places where Harry Potter worked his magic. Emma Thomas is your guide. 802
Harry Potter: Potty about Potter (etc) - however old you are; Many other writers are trying to crack the secret of JK Rowling's spell. Dean Powell surveys the fantasists' field. 635
Harry works his magic; The latest report from Hogwarts School dives straight into the action, which will make it all the more satisfying for Potter-obsessives and newcomers (if there are any). Rob Driscoll reports. 2210
Haulage contractor admits charges over tyre dump. 154
Homes: A stove can bring warmth and a traditional character to your home. 485
Homes: Buyers not spooked. 874
Homes: Give your garden a festive glow. 845
Homes: Interiors: Make design child's play when it comes to kids' rooms. 1304
Homes: Legal Questions and Answers. 773
Homes: Live it up in a mansion flat. 553
Homes: Meadgate's three St Mellons's additions. 178
Homes: Read up before you plug in. 144
Homes: Redrow's Curzon prove popular. 434
Homes: School alive with sound of music. 647
How regions compare. 242
Huge potential. 142
Hunt for two sex attackers. 139
Hutt hits back. 135
I was sacked to keep case secret - doctor. 627
Interpol says bin Laden lives. 155
Interview DR ROWAN WILLIAMS: `Outsider' moving in. 1554
Interview: Branagh's just dandy in his Harry Potter part; Classical Shakespearean actor reveals the secrets of his hilarious starring role in the latest magic movie. 835
Isolated. 125
Jenna police reveal shovel clue. 118
Letter: Broad sweep. 157
Letter: Court democracy. 214
Letter: Deal with EU. 161
Letter: Right balance. 203
Letter: Transport day. 109
Llawfeddyg y llyfrau; Nid yn aml y daw cyfle i holi llawfeddyg sy'n nofelydd llwyddiannus ac yn Gymro. Ond dyna'r cyfle a ddaeth i ran Bethan Mair wrth holi Dylan Jones. 849
London Diary: Centre stage. 145
London Diary: Christmas clash avoided by Sws. 191
London Diary: Food for thought. 150
Look Back: Treason and a lost plot. 473
Man jailed after threat to kill ex-partner. 327
Man remanded in contract plot case. 142
Manslaughter law reform stalled. 297
Marconi in clash with former director. 170
Money: Apacs' top tips to safeguard your credit card. 114
Money: Card fraud costing us pounds 410m. 357
Money: Investment/Tax: Business investment, furnishing and lump sums. 346
Money: What to do when your insurers get it wrong. 423
More clarity. 141
Mother taken to three hospitals demands inquiry into baby's death. 195
Motoring: Ford steps out of sync with Fusion mini-MPV. 484
Motoring: Seat secures WRU sponsorship deal. 129
Motoring: Tickets offer best Network Q view. 315
Nigeria rejects stoning adultress to death as crisis builds for Miss World. 458
Nightmare that could hit any family. 1004
Now the butler claims Major and Archbishop interfered with marriage. 734
Overcrowding blamed as prison suicides increase. 172
Parents' tribute. 155
Plastic meltdown as many join Santa in red. 257
Potter books work magic. 170
Private Investor's Diary: Little dough to be made from Pizza Express. 543
Property: the ultimate status symbol. 228
Queen must pay trial bill, says Mowlam. 171
Racing: Doncaster will have to inspect. 118
Racing: Le Roi Miguel set for crown. 309
Racing: TURF TALK: Chepstow sound warning on tipping service. 519
Racing: Williams in amazing return from injury to take crown. 491
Racing: Y Cymro selections. 114
Rapist e-fit calls flood in. 170
Remembrance events around Wales. 467
Resolution triumph. 133
Review: Secrets of a lost city; Lost Worlds Young, Nazi and Proud. 525
Robbie says `I do' to teenage fan. 401
Rudolf Hess's wartime hideout still up for sale. 299
Rugby Union: Captaincy crash course for Ireland's O'Driscoll. 548
Rugby Union: Dallaglio thrilled at the All Blacks' challenge. 542
Rugby Union: Hansen calls on Wales to pass the Fiji test. 691
Rugby Union: Honesty the best policy when it comes to judging displays. 816
Rugby Union: Jones ready to kick-start his Test career. 466
Rugby Union: Jones sure that any kicking crime will bring punishment. 513
Rugby Union: Llanelli flanker relishes the prospect as he makes his Wales debut. 565
Rugby Union: Paul expects backlash as Britain bid to restore pride. 563
Rugby Union: Play should dictate when it's time to ring changes. 946
Rugby Union: Postponement good news for selectors. 213
Rugby Union: Rugby just the job for full-back Moffat. 526
Rugby Union: Weather big threat to programme. 484
Rugby Union: Williams hopes to find place in seventh heaven. 745
Satellite broadcaster `on course' to hit seven million subscribers. 405
Semi-final spot for Greenslade after fine victory. 318
Seven-day warning: Disarm or face war. 452
Sheepdog helps to round up Japanese tourists. 541
Social worker at tribunal. 175
Stanley Leisure comes up trumps on market. 250
State pension may be a better deal than a private one. 561
Statement call. 195
Suicide blamed on seasonal depression condition. 365
Support for a new memorial. 102
Swansea looks to the sky as buyers snap up airport. 651
Talking Business in Sport: Cup proving vital for survival to number of cash-strapped clubs. 691
Tearful farewells as plant shuts. 923
Television: Bits&Pieces. 317
Television: Cyfle i godi'ch calon gyda'r Wyl Cerdd Dant o Ddolgellau. 208
Television: Darganfod antur a natur yn Ne Georgia. 325
Television: Dewch trwy ddrysau Gwalia Stores sydd ar agor o 9 tan 9. 234
Television: Diwydiant cefn gwlad What wannabes really wanted; Yr Athro R Merfyn Jones sy'n cyflwyno Llafur Gwlad. 726
Television: Look out, Homer, black is the new yellow. 449
Television: Presenters winner is all at sea. 189
Television: Role made for Honeysuckle. 411
Television: Romance's nightmarish note. 234
Television: Soap box. 361
Television: Town raised steam; Your Century tells Abertillery's dramatic story. 282
Terrorism nightmare warning from Blunkett. 519
The Western Mail comment: Time to end courtroom character assassination. 393
Trade gap narrows as exports rise. 205
Traders protest over `noisy bagpipes' busker. 183
Troubled Trust. 155
True cost of living room; Hardly a week goes by without a fresh bulletin on what you're house is worth from a bank, building society or house-sellers' organisation.While all of them claim to chart the rise in prices, the definitive results came yesterday from the Land Registry. RHODRI CLARK looks at the difference. 878
TV: Snooker looks to have lost the pot of gold. 760
Two years for garage robbers. 201
Victims of steel tragedy remembered in minute's silence at plants around world. 1301
Videos to rent: Hugh Grant stretches himself, but Spirit the Stallion is an also-ran. 294
View from the West Spotlight could fall on S4C's funding. 403
Wales facing a weekend of torrential rain. 498
Walks: Choose a fine day to appreciate shipping lanes; Prepare for some climbing as Laurence Main invites you to take in views of a semaphore station and a lighthouse. 346
WEDDING: Asylum seeker waits to hear whether he can stay with new wife. 232
Welsh in a Week Learner of the Week; Martin Sampson is one of 15 people who have been filmed during a week of one-to-one lessons with Nia, the Welsh in a Week tutor. 684
Welsh IN A WEEK; DYSGU GYDA NIA LEARNING WITH NIA Programme 10. 209
Welsh property prices hysteria: `official figures'. 330
Weston Spirit bids to take over professional soccer club. 353
What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? 179
When you want to eject your passenger only one car will do. 845
Why I was kidnapped. 226
Williams officially chosen as Archbishop of Canterbury. 216
Women drivers `more likely to hit stationary vehicles'. 196

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